Consumers Beware: Products or Services Related to Underground Aquifers

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health does not support or endorse products or services related to the unproven risk of living above aquifers. Underground aquifers are everywhere in the United States, and there is no known correlation between living over aquifers and cancer cases.

Research has shown most cancers are related to lifestyle factors such as tobacco use, diet and lack of exercise.
Learn To Live
Cancer Prevention and Control – CDC

Anne Arundel County’s overall cancer death rate has decreased over the past decade.
Community Health Report Card 2010 (PDF)
Cancer Report 2010 – Maryland Department of Health (PDF)

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